Ibrahim Al- Mustapha, a Lawmaker in Nigeria parliament, believed that the APC will win in 2023 presidency and also assured that Nigerians are in love with President Muhammadu Buhari.
In his final point, the lawmaker said that the country’ s current troubles were signals of grandeur and were not insurmountable.
In an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria, the representative of Sokoto State’ s Wurno/Rabah Federal Constituency, said on Nigeria’ s problems, he insisted that they could be solved, pointing out that many other developed countries had faced similar problems in the past.
Nigeria’ s existing economic, infrastructure, and power sector woes must be resolved if Nigeria is to achieve greatness, according to Al- Mustapha.
In an effort to reconcile people, he said, ” Those who relish celebrating bad news and negativity should pause. “
Bandits and armed robbers should no longer receive intelligence or logistical support from anyone. It’ s time for those in charge of fighting them to be more sincere. “
ACP’ s takeover of Nigeria’ s central government in 2015 has resulted in ” relative tranquilly” in the North- East, according to Al- Mustapha.
On the campaign trail in 2023, he predicted that the party’ s new leadership would lead it to victory.
” Nigerians, especially APC members, revere President Muhammadu Buhari, and I’ m sure you’ ve seen the great progress made in infrastructure since the administration took power in 2015, ” says the author. “
” Many economic, social, security and COVID- 19 issues” have helped the administration achieve remarkable achievement in a variety of areas, according to Al- Mustapha.
” The APC has exceeded the PDP when compared to its own historical norms” (PDP). All Progressives Congress (APC) would easily win the 2023 general elections, ” I am confident.
As a Ramadan present to the poor, the government of Kebbi State and a non- governmental organisation have purchased over 65, 000 bags of goods totaling N580 million.
Nigeria’ s ministry for Justice and Development & a non- governmental organisation founded by Attorney- General of the Federation and Minister of Justice Abubakar Malami, is in charge of the distribution.
When Muhammad Shalla, Nigeria’ s Commissioner for Local Government and Chieftaincy
Affairs, made his statement on Saturday, it was reported by the People’ s Gazette.
Although Malami has previously denied any plans to run for governor, it has been widely rumoured that he intends to do so after consulting with his colleagues and cabals from the All Progressives Congress.
Over 17, 000 sacks of parboiled rice have been distributed to the state’ s 21 local government units by Malami’ s non- governmental organisation (NGO).
The present, according to the AGF, was intended to complement ongoing federal and state initiatives to support the people of Kebbi during Ramadan.
Governor Atiku Bagudu’ s Secretary to the State Government, Babale Umar- Yauri, announced that the state has purchased over 30, 000 bags of various food products for distribution to the public as part of an initiative to reduce food expenses in the state.
Departing governmental servants for 2017 through 2020 have been paid in full; those retiring in 2021 will receive their compensation soon afterward.